Our Approach

At Change Matrix, we have divided the change process into three distinct parts to organize our work.

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MOTIVATING CHANGE - ARE YOU LOOKING FOR MORE?

Groups are required to change and adapt quickly in today’s world. Sometimes the hardest part of change is starting the process and identifying the challenge. A group must define where they want to go, where they are, and how best to get to their end point.

Change Matrix Services

Stakeholder Engagement
Strategic Planning
Organizational/Program Development
Coaching

Sample Projects

  • Nevada State Health Division. Training and support for integration of cultural and linguistic competence in service delivery.
  • Youth Move National. Consultation and support for board development.
  • Houston/Harris County. Facilitated and co-wrote a Strategic Plan to build a public health approach to children's mental health.

MANAGING CHANGE - UNSATISFIED WITH YOUR CURRENT STATUS?

Change is hard. It requires introspection, dialogue, patience and process. In order to thrive in change, groups need support to manage the natural stress that occurs. Groups also benefit in the longer term if they build capacity and a culture that supports on-going change management.

Change Matrix Services

Leadership Development/Training
Coaching
Group Facilitation and Training
Mediation/Conflict Engagement Processes

Sample Projects

  • National Network to Eliminate Disparities (NNED) in Behavioral Health. Facilitate, coordinate, and develop technology supports for a national network of diverse community organizations to eliminate behavioral health disparities.
  • Project LAUNCH. Co-created and facilitated training for project directors.
  • Community-level mediation. Work with groups to facilitate their engagement in conflict and increase capacity for collaboration.

MEASURING CHANGE - UNCLEAR ABOUT WHERE YOU ARE?

How will groups know that they were successful in creating and managing change? The ability to evaluate the change as it happens, take stock in the outcome, and look forward to the next opportunity for growth requires evaluation and the capacity to continuously monitor progress and effectiveness.

Change Matrix Services

Needs Assessments
Outcomes Planning
Logic Models
Evaluation/Research

Sample Projects

  • Kokoro Kara Evaluation. Lead Evaluator for an OMH-funded to training Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander consumers and para-professionals to become Wellness Coaches.
  • Mental Health Interpreter Training/National Latino Behavioral Health Association. Evaluation consultant on effectiveness of training.
  • Non-profit Board of Directors. Developed assessment instruments and conduct on-going analysis to determine effectiveness of change strategies on organization.